Living Off the Grid: The Beginner’s Guide to Self-Sufficiency

| May 17, 2015


Living Off the Grid: The Beginner's Guide to Self-Sufficiency

Have you ever dreamed of just getting away from it all? Considered what it might be like to be completely self-sufficient, never again receiving a monthly bill for power, water or rent? Have you yearned to create your very own little haven that’s not reliant on the electrical grid, municipal water supply or a national grocery chain? How about the ability to grow your own food or even raise your own animals? What might it be like to feel confident in the ability to provide for yourself and your family—even in times of recession—all while living a sustainable lifestyle that reduces your carbon footprint to virtually nothing?

There are many reasons that one might choose to live off the grid, from simply getting back to nature, to reducing one’s carbon footprint, to saving money and personal resources, to living more in alignment to your personal beliefs and values. Getting yourself off the grid is a liberating move that frees you up from your reliance on today’s society and its limitations. But do you have what it takes?

Find out in Living Off the Grid: The Beginner’s Guide to Self-Sufficiency. Inside, you’ll learn about:

The ideal off-grid home

Alternative energy and utility sources, including heat, water and sewage

Off-grid food sources

Food preservation

Raising animals

And most importantly, is living off the grid really for you?

Start here to get the basics on the things you’ll need to consider before taking the plunge, and find out how you can begin making small changes today that will pave the way for your complete off-grid experience.


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